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Faculty of Health Sciences

Supporting Adults with Long Term Conditions

Continuing Professional Development Individual module

Level of study

Please select a level

What you'll study

The number of people living with a long term condition (LTC) is on the increase. This presents an enormous challenge to health and social care systems. Many people have more than one LTC which adds to the complexity of care required. The Government’s commitment to improve well-being for people living with LTCs has marked a radical change in approaches to care. New ways of working are emerging that promote a person-centred, collaborative approach, putting people in the driving seat in determining their own care needs.

This contemporary module aims to facilitate the development of skills and knowledge, approaches and behaviour needed to support the multifarious needs of people living with chronic illness. It moves away from the traditional disease focused approach, to one that centres on the cross-cutting commonalities experienced by individuals living with long term conditions.

The module is aimed at health and social care practitioners, and those with responsibility for care and management of adults with long term conditions.

Starts in: Duration:
September 12 weeks (1 semester)

This module is delivered on Thursdays on campus (all day session).

Benefit from the amazing facilities of our new £28-million Health Campus with its mock operating theatre, hospital ward and intensive care unit.

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Developed with our NHS partners, our programmes are constantly updated to reflect the very latest in health care thinking.

Clinical placements give our students the skills, experience and support to become confident and compassionate health practitioners.

Expert staff work with NHS clinicians to deliver programmes from ‘bite-size’ taster sessions to PhDs in some of the UK’s finest facilities.

Entry requirements

This module can be accessed as a standalone module at level 6 or 7. It is recommended that applicants have carried out recent academic study that supports learning at the level they are applying for.

This also acts as an optional module for the Community Nursing Programmes (level 6 or 7), BSc (Hons) Health Professional Studies and MSc Health Studies. Applicants will need to meet the entry requirements for those specific programmes.

Fees and funding

Home/EU: £1,540 (per 20 credit module)

International: Please contact fhs.admiss@hull.ac.uk 

Funding may be available through your employer. If you’re self-funding, you may be eligible for a Professional and Career Development Loan from the government.